Having walked down every street in St Mary’s not only as part of this by-election campaign, but also from last year’s general election campaign
The Beverley Party, the Green Party, the Yorkshire Party and elected members of the Independent Group in ERYC, the East Riding of Yorkshire Council, are backing Bea Willar as their unity candidate.
On the day Margaret Pinder, Labour’s Parliamentary Candidate for Beverley and Holderness, begins her exploration of the constituency’s North Sea coast to look at the effects of erosion
East Riding of Yorkshire Council have dismissed claims made by Margaret Pinder that the library at Beverley High School faces closure.
The financial position of East Riding schools is becoming an increasingly controversial topic in the campaign leading up to the general election on 7 May 2015.
Two of the youngest candidates standing for East Riding Council in the upcoming May elections have launched a campaign to encourage young people in the East Riding to register and vote.
Monday saw the publication of two important manifestoes for the local Labour Party: the first was the launch in Manchester of Labour’s national manifesto by Ed Miliband while Labour
Councillor Bryan Pearson has responded to claims he assaulted Labour politician George McManus in the centre of Beverley on Saturday.
George McManus of the Labour Party says Conservative councillor Bryan Pearson overstepped the mark when he tore down their signs in the centre of Beverley earlier today.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has been forced to act after Labour activists followed up complaints from local residents about the condition of the road where they live.
Conservative MP for Beverley and Holderness, Graham Stuart, has been forced to apologise to his constituents and Labour’s Prospective Parliamentary candidate, Margaret Pinder, in an embarrassing climb down
The news that ERYC has been allowing private emails between constituents and their councillors to be intercepted by officers must be of concern to all residents.
Creation Fine Arts Gallery in Beverley will be hosting “An Evening With Extraordinary Women” on Friday 20 February.
In the week in which figures reveal the Tory and Lib Dems’ disastrous reforms to electoral registration mean one million voters have already fallen off the electoral roll
Following the removal of the Crawberry Hill Protection Camp in Walkington, anti fracking campaigners continue to make their feelings known.